SHARING GOOD PRACTICE

What is Phenomenon-Based Learning?

The exponential growth in knowledge is speeding up the expedition to the era beyond knowledge consumption to innovating with knowledge. The rise of the Innovation...

7 Literacy strategies to abandon now

Ensuring our students read every day can be a stretch, and making sure that their reading is meaningful and relevant to the curriculum can...

Things to consider when recruiting international students

As a professor of tourism and a huge advocate for multicultural programming on campuses, I was always extremely excited about potential international collaborations. Often the...

Taming Twitter to benefit students’ learning

Social Media is redefining the way people communicate in the 21st century. The disruptive impact of social media is extending to reshape almost all aspects...

10 Things you shouldn’t do when your school is being inspected

It’s hard to forget what we were doing when we received notification of our school’s inspection, isn’t it? That’s probably because, no matter how...

Fostering social education in early years learners

Social education for the youngest students is an important means of preparing them for their role in society. It helps them become productive citizens....

The top four excuses parents give for not engaging with social...

Today, social media changes at a rapid pace. One moment a certain platform is really popular, in another, it falls into obscurity. While some parents remain...

How to plan & have more meaningful classroom discussions

The greatest hurdles a teacher faces when engaging children in healthy conducive dialogue are diverting away from the topic and making the discussion relevant...

Stop Singing The New School Term Blues…

Everyone gets nervous when its time for a new school term to commence. Students get nervous about what is expected of them, whether they...

An open letter to newly hired teachers

Dear newly hired teachers, Teachers around the world are rushing to get their last objectives in and their students ready for exams. Those of us...